On 05/05/2012 01:21, Steven Chamberlain wrote:
> Package: src:nodejs
> Version: 0.6.16~dfsg1-2
> Severity: wishlist
> User: debian-...@lists.debian.org
> Usertags: kfreebsd
> X-Debbugs-Cc: debian-...@lists.debian.org
> Attached are *unfinished* patches for building nodejs on kfreebsd-*
> 3000_kfreebsd-1.diff is bad, as it patches something meant for FreeBSD
> 3010_kfreebsd-2.diff just adds GNU/kFreeBSD as a freebsd-like target
> 3020_kfreebsd-3.diff patches code so that it can build on GNU/kFreeBSD
> They are published here so that they can be finished someday or someone
> can use them to use nodejs in the meantime.
> There are some test failures to note:
> * test-fs-watch -- ENOSYS = not supported?
> * test-fs-utimes -- not supported? (was building on ZFS)
> * test-http-upgrade-server -- looks like some sort of chunking issue,
> works if I change the HTTP request to HTTP/1.0
> * test-setproctitle -- currently a no-op in GNU/kFreeBSD's eglibc
I have no idea why it would fail, but once we have a build log and this
set of patches we can contact upstream about it. They seem to have interest
in supporting more platforms.
nodejs will try to build on kfreebsd soon, since this arch is going to be
added soon to libv8.